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Heiner Goebbels: Surrogate Cities

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Surrogate Cities, a multimedia extravaganza by the German composer and theater artist Heiner Goebbels, studies the essence of a modern metropolis — its people, its power structures and its place in a changing world — with the world premiere of a new piece woven into Surrogate Cities. The music, like the city itself, is both organic and structured, a blur of human and machine-made sounds enhanced with striking visual effects. Texts by Paul Auster and Hugo Hamilton, two of the great novelists of urban life, supply a gritty script. Vocalist Jocelyn B. Smith brings the sultry intimacy of a cabaret singer, and David Moss delivers an explosive vocal performance that ranges from laconic film noir narration to hallucinogenic outbursts. As our city continues its rapid transformation, this timely performance offers surprising new angles of self-reflection.

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Thursday, 25 April, 2019 7:30PM

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Friday, 26 April, 2019 8:00PM

Steve Hackman's Beethoven V. Coldplay

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A merging of musical giants, the concert mashup Beethoven V. Coldplay asks the musical question: would Beethoven have found meaning in the music of Coldplay? That notion, perhaps odd-sounding at first, becomes much more compelling when considering the events surrounding Beethoven’s creation of the Eroica Symphony — an artist desperate to solidify his position as the reigning musical genius in Vienna, but yet still misunderstood and criticized, and a young man in his thirties faced with the reality that he would indeed soon be completely deaf. How, then, would Beethoven have reacted to the Coldplay lyrics like "when you lose something you can’t replace … could it be worse?"

Beethoven V. Coldplay transforms the Eroica Symphony into an oratorio, weaving the melodies and lyrics of Coldplay into the original Beethoven and pairing them together based on content and context. It is the alternate Eroica Beethoven may have created had he known the music of Coldplay at the time. Three vocalists join the full symphony; many of Coldplay’s most well-known songs are interpolated, including "Fix You," "Paradise" and "The Scientist."
 

Beethoven V. Coldplay is a Stereo Hideout production, created and arranged by Steve Hackman.

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Saturday, 27 April, 2019 8:00PM

COSMOS: Possible Worlds featuring Ann Druyan

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Come explore the universe with Emmy Award-winning writer/producer and best-selling author Ann Druyan. Along with her late husband, renowned astronomer Carl Sagan, she co-wrote six New York Times bestsellers and the landmark television series COSMOS: A Personal Voyage. A lavish new season and a companion book, COSMOS: Possible Worlds, is coming to National Geographic in Spring 2019. This special evening, moderated by National Geographic contributing writer Nadia Drake, will inspire a new generation of cosmic explorers. Druyan will discuss her continued campaign for science communication, her career in film and television, and her own personal journey through the Cosmos.

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Monday, 29 April, 2019 7:30PM

Vivaldi & Telemann

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Israel’s Avi Avital is leading a glorious revival of the mandolin in classical music, fueled by his “deep musicality” and “eye-watering virtuosity” (The New York Times). Playing music from the instrument’s first heyday in the 18th century, Avital’s rapid-fire plucks and sensuous strums leave no doubt as to why Vivaldi and others in his wake were attracted to this small but mighty instrument with a penetrating tone. The mandolin plays particularly well with others, a strength exploited in the fascinating Sinfonia concertante by Leopold Koželuch, Mozart’s peer and rival in Vienna. This group showcase for trumpet, mandolin, piano and bass explores the folksy charms and elegant strides of four unlikely partners.

*Please note that there is no pre-concert wine tasting at this 12 Noon concert.

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Friday, 3 May, 2019 12:00PM

Vivaldi & Telemann

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Avi Avital’s rapid-fire plucks and sensuous strums leave no doubt as to why Vivaldi and others were attracted to the small but mighty mandolin.

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Friday, 3 May, 2019 8:00PM

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Saturday, 4 May, 2019 8:00PM

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